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Cabbage Quilts!

In the spirit of recycling, I have partnered with the fashion shop Niche at Pearl in San Antonio and received the first installment of fabric scraps and off-cuts that were headed for the trash bin. The dynamic black and white print was to be made into masks at the...

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HAPPIEST DAY OF THE YEAR

HAPPIEST DAY OF THE YEAR

When Daylight Savings Time ends, life at my rhythm begins.  I send you joy this day dear friends.  Today, we (the cats and I) change all the clocks.  The clocks are old, so not satellite connected. We finished at about 4 pm Central Standard Time.  Many clocks here!...

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What could be…

What could be…

This slowing down, changing the way we interact with the world, with each other.  We are all thinking about it. Are you getting things done at home that have been waiting for your attention? Pile of ironing…done. Papers to file…done. Clean the closets…done. Read that...

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Masks…what day is it anyway?

Masks…what day is it anyway?

So, I missed writing last week. It is really hard to know what day it is. I lost track. This week I have been making masks for family members in the medical field. It took a lot of research to find what might be an effective mask. Viruses are so small they can wiggle...

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SCI-Fi-LIVE

SCI-Fi-LIVE

Here we are, somewhere in the future… already. The world as we knew it has morphed. Where two or three are gathered together…is not recommended. Wash your hands for 20-30 seconds with SOAP.  Better than antibacterial sanitizer which must be 60% alcohol, read the...

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#Maker Faire SA -March 21, 11-3

This month, on Saturday, March 21st, I will be at the Maker Faire SA at the Central Library, 600 Soledad, San Antonio, TX.  I will be “Sewing In Public” (SIP) with you.  We will begin a new community quilt made from scraps and strips with no plan in mind.  It's called...

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This shirt has wonderful curly strips all over. However, they were sewn on with thread that MELTS WHEN IRONED!! So, tired of repairing it, I decided to make it my own and sew down the curlies! Not finished, but having a good time. 🤓 ...

One more page for the fabric book! ...

Hello 2024. A blessing in every bean. ...

Back to the fabric book started in October for Day of the Dead. To remember my Pomeranian, Hope.
However long it takes. Keep stitching.
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New blog post on my website. DoubleComfortStudios.com ...

Second mock up for the pair of Spurs T-shirt quilts. Whew!
Go Spurs Go!!!
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My assistant is asleep on the job! ...

My son’s latest project! Please support on go fund me!!! ...

Latest t-quilt. One of a pair. This is just the mock up. NOTE: my website was pirated so working on a new site. It will be double-comfort-studios.com 🥳 ...

Six Camp Honey Creek memory quilts for the new bunkhouse in Hunt, TX! ...

Some of you may know that my sweet Pomeranian, Hope, went to heaven last April. She was 13 human years old. Theresa took her fur that I had saved from daily brushing and made yarn. It is so beautiful. I have tears of sadness and joy. Thank you Theresa! ...

Tiny piece for Fiber Artists of San Antonio and the Library. ...

It’s one of THOSE days. ...

I went to the library for some crafty seashell painting! Yay Tobin Library! ...

Mimi has written an awesome book. I learned about kudzu! Interesting characters, excellent language reflecting time and place, sharp sentences. Wish I had been as smart as Mattie, the main character, when I was younger! My heart was truly invested through the entire story. Thank you, Mimi for your hard work to bring this to us! ...

Light and color theory from the kitchen. CMYK ya’ll !!! ...